The vivid and timeless Spanish duet
Alternative duet from Spain, Fangoria was formed after Alaska y Dinarama broke up in the late '80s. Its name was based on a popular horror magazine published in the U.S. Led by Olvido Gara and Nacho Canut, the band released Salto Mortal in 1990, with the hit song "Hagamos Algo Superficial y Vulgar" Moving further away from the new wave style they played earlier, the two-piece act released two experimental EPs called Un Dia Cualquiera En Vulcano 1.0 and Un Dia Cualquiera En Vulcano 2.0 in 1992.
In 1997, Gara and Canut participated in ex-Kaka de Luxe Carlos Berlanga's album. A year later, Fangoria released Interferencias. A host of albums followed in the coming years, including 2001's Naturaleza Muerta and 2009's Absolutamente, along with a selection of mixes. In 2013, Fangoria released Cuatricromía.